“White Arrow”: passengers of the fastest train in Greece stuck on the stage

Passengers on Greece’s fastest train, the White Arrow, are stranded in a field just 22 kilometers from Athens. Power outages in parts of the Greek railway network have forced hundreds of passengers to spend several hours without air conditioning and without any information about what happened and when the problem will be solved.

Shortly after leaving Athens for Thessaloniki, the “arrow” stopped in Dhekelia, just 22 km from the Greek capital, where it stood for 2 hours.

Railroad collapsed: New damage to the White Arrow, the train that was going to help also stopped.

Passengers of other trains following to Thessaloniki, Kiato, Piraeus, Chalkis, as well as suburban trains served by route airport and suburbs of the capital.

Witnesses said they saw people leaving Proastiakos with luggage, apparently trying to find another way to the airport. It is reported that electricity on the airport track was restored only at 10 am.

We’ve been here for an hour and still, in complete darkness. Some passengers have asked the conductor if they have time to get out of the station to get water/coffee etc and he can’t even reassure them that he can wait for the electricity to turn back on.

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